Library & Information Science

Research Databases

Book Review Digest Plus   ·  Full Text

This essential library tool provides access to book reviews on a wide range of topics from a variety of sources, including newspapers, review journals and popular magazines. 

Library Literature & Information Science Full Text   ·  Full Text

Developed by librarians, this database provides cover-to-cover full-text from select publications, along with indexing and abstracts of periodicals, state journals, conference proceedings, books and more.

Library Literature & Information Science Index

Developed by librarians, this database provides cover-to-cover indexing of key library and information science journals and periodicals.

Library, Information Science and Technology Abstracts

This free research database provides indexing and abstracting for key library and information science journals, books, research reports and more. It is EBSCO's intention to provide access to this resource on a continual basis.

Library, Information Science and Technology Abstracts with Full Text   ·  Full Text

Created by librarians for librarians, this database provides cover-to-cover indexing, abstracting and full-text for key library and information science periodicals.

Sears List of Subject Headings

Since 1923, the Sears List of Subject Headings has served the unique cataloging needs of small and medium-sized libraries by providing a flexible, extendable vocabulary in natural language. 

Historical Digital Archives

Book Review Digest Retrospective: 1903-1982

Collecting nearly eight decades of H.W. Wilson's Book Review Digest, this database provides excerpts from and citations to reviews of adult and juvenile fiction and non-fiction from 1903 to 1982. 

Library Literature & Information Science Retrospective: 1905-1983

With this resource, librarians, educators, and students have access to the knowledge and experience of decades of historical library scholarship. With the content available through Library Literature & Information Science Retrospective, researchers can easily trace nearly 80 years of innovations, controversies and people instrumental in the making of modern librarianship.